Updated: May 6
Regimental Replicas under new ownership and relocated to Lancashire
For Immediate Release:
By Stu Warmington (email@example.com)
15 September 2022
Stu Warmington and Danielle Tsang-Warmington
Regimental Replicas (1995) Limited a company which started in the late 1960’s in Sandwich, Kent has been sold and is now headed to the North West of England to its new home. The company was made Limited in 1995 when it moved to the West Country where it has always been based until its recent acquisition.
The company boasts a product that is truly one of its kind. While Regimental Replicas offers a range of different products, their flagship product is a miniature rope drum ice bucket which are truly unique and offer a true representation of British craftsmanship.
The new Directors Danielle Tsang-Warmington and Stu Warmington (formerly a drummer in the Corps of Drums of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines for 22 years) looked at buying the business in the early 2000’s but decided the time wasn’t right as they had just started a family. Fast forward 20+ years and this time they are ready and set to take this business to the next level.
Tsang-Warmington said “it’s a privilege to be one of the Directors of this prestigious company where all the products are proudly made in Britain and sent all over the globe proving that British manufacture is still thriving and at the forefront of the industry”.
Warmington said on the acquisition “it’s such an honour to take on a company that’s not only nearly 60 years old but also produces a product that was always in my house when I was growing up. The history behind the company and product is long and distinguished and I’m proud that we’re now part of that fine heritage.”
The new Directors have no immediate plans to change anything other than continuing to produce quality products and further raising the profile of the company.
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